September 2018, our village approved this lot for a community garden. We got right to work building beds. Even though it was late in the season, this bed managed to give us lettuce and radishes before first frost. We were able to build five beds in 2018. Planning on four more beds this Spring. It is 100% grow and give run by volunteers. As you can see it is a big space to fill and we are working on getting the details sorted.
Per Noahs request his is our post workout selfie. 😂
Weekends are hard for me, which is something I’m working on because they should be the most joyous.
Don’t get me wrong I absolutely LOVE being able to spend all day with Noah but I’m the type of person who needs schedule and for things to go as planned or I’m instantly feeling anxious and overwhelmed which leads to a cranky lady. 🤷🏼♀️ When I’m home on weekends with no plans I find myself having a hard time keeping up with my water intake, eating as much as I should be and over all staying in a good mood.
I’m thankful to stay on track with my shakes and workouts even when I’m having a trying day.
✨Snow say what? We say it’s time to take a tropical vacay 🤷🏻♀️✨ Sun or snow we have you covered with cozy outfits fit for out & about or your couch 😉
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The cutest fire hydrant I've ever seen. It makes me think of Santa with water cannons for arms, flying around looking for fires and saving people's homes. So here's my question: would water-cannon Santa be an Avenger or an X-man?
What would his superhero name be?
Happy Friday to you from my favorite little town! This is one of my favorite views in Petoskey. On a busy summer Friday morning you’ll find the Farmer’s Market on the closed off street. Traffic will be a little bit hectic, but you really can’t blame the people visiting for driving slow while they take in all of the surrounding beauty. Even on a busy holiday weekend in the winter you’ll find people stopped at Sunset Park snapping photos of the frigid bay waters. This is my small town, my home, my heart. Come visit soon! .